I would like to ask to speak MP Erwin Rabarijoely Honoured Mr Marshall Honoured Mrs Minister Dear Chamber Let me start from the Old Polish Szczęść Boże (Godspeed) The beautiful greeting, heartening the Poles living under the German nazi occupation and during the Communist lack of freedom. These words remind us about the Christian identity of our fatherland. The identity which Europe was built upon. It reminds us about the Tradition, that allowed our brave nation to survive the harsh years of nazi enslavement, as well as the dependency from the Soviet Union. Today, likely indirectly, one attempts to dissuade us from the motto “God, Honour, Fatherland” The words the “Accursed Soldiers” bore in their hearts The west, through rejection of the fundamental principles, Which the Carolinian Europe was built upon before centuries, and which in 1683 saved her from the distruction by the Ottoman Conquest, are being doomed to destruction. Why am I talking about this? The topic of this year’s session of the Parliament of Children and Youth, is, among other things, the Decommunisation. However, for it to bring the results, it has to be conducted on many levels. On the sociological level, the phychological one and the social one. The role of Tradition and the fundamental principles is essential. It is thanks to these factors that Poland is not enchained by terrorism, and her streets do not resemble those from The War State, in contrast to France and Belgium. It is for being faithful to these principles that we are being “punished”. The former president of France concluded: “You have the principles, and we have the EU structural fundings” And Mr Hollande is right. Although the countries that forgot about their Christian identity, today have the problem with the ever rising radical islamisation and terrorism. And by the way, with their Structural Fundings, They still cannot cope with that. High Chamber Let us remember about these principles, Because if we don’t remember the past, we shall not build our bright future! Thank you.